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    what are the very best components to use to build the very best overclocking and benchmarking and best gaming results possible using water cooling thanks on the planet pc i need specific parts to make a full pc

    i no i have asked questions like this before but i did not get the answrs i was after

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    That's a very hard question to answer but below is a link with what I believe should help you with what your looking for

    The Best Gaming Desktops of 2017 | PCMag.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by markyboy156@ View Post
    what are the very best components to use to build the very best overclocking and benchmarking and best gaming results possible using water cooling thanks on the planet pc i need specific parts to make a full pc

    i no i have asked questions like this before but i did not get the answrs i was after
    Let me chime in too by saying there is no "best" anymore. For instance, the i7-7700K may have the best IPC and will give you the absolute highest framerates for single thread games, but will instantly lose out to a title that needs more cores. Typically, less cores overclock higher though so you would almost need that.

    Same thing goes for GPUs to some degree. AMD has some clear leads that Nvidia doesn't have, but until Vega comes out the undisputed winner is the latest Titan. Of course a 1080 Ti is so close that it might trade some blows with the Titan if it's better optimized for SLI, though that's probably unlikely.

    If I was trying to make the best of the best all around though, I would probably start with the X299 platform from Intel. I would look at one of their top notch 8 core 16 thread parts, since that should split the difference between IPC and max cores that games seem to take advantage of right now. I would get a de-lid kit and liquid metal that heat spreader to the chip for maximum overclocking. After that, I would get the highest MHz RAM I could get, only 2 sticks, and keep it at 8 GB or 16 GB per stick max. That leaves the most overclocking headroom to the CPU since that will be the most beneficial to the games. Finally, I would try and get 3 Titans or GTX 1080 Tis in SLI. I'm not even sure if Quad SLI is supported anymore but if it was, then I suppose a 4th card would be in order. Also, I would use Gigabyte/Aorus for my board. Asus seems to gear towards ultra overclocking enthusiasts with LN2 anymore and I have had better luck with Gigabyte recently with day-to-day overclocking use and stability.

    Finally, you need to set up the most ridiculous RAID setup with Samsung 960 pros you can imagine, or is possible. In a lot of records where a single PC has the highest score, it's artificially boosted by a crazy disk benchmark due to some over the top, dozens of drives, RAID. Of course this will do nothing to improving your gaming performance (outside of load times), but it will give your PC a crazy high system wide benchmark score. That's all I can think of for the time being.
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    just 1 point to add if i may.

    it is now possible to RAID two, M2 SSD's. thats ,,,,just,,,,amazin',,,but yeah. if you got that kinda cash, why not.


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    i just foundout the ryzen boards now can do 2, M2
    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...13%2D144%2D016

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